With the Isar River running through the city and the Alps only a drive away, Bavaria’s largest city, Munich, is a beautiful place to visit.
Germany’s third-largest city has a variety of things to enjoy. Whether you’re an adventurer who plans to throw on the old walking boots ready to explore the alpine lakes or someone who fancies a leisurely sit while sipping on a locally brewed stein, there’s always either, or and something in between.
A day trip to one of the world’s most famous fairy tale castles, created by King Lugwig II. It was the Neuschwanstein castle that inspired Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle. This trip is full of history and sites, and you will have the opportunity to explore nearby Hohenschwangau village for a bite to eat.Book Now
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- A wonderful mix of history, the great outdoors and a beautiful village where you can enjoy the German delicacies.Book Now
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January to April for the museums and sights. You can visit The Deutsches Museum, West Park, Munich Residenz, go curling, enjoy the spa and much more.
May to August for the buzz of summer.
September or start of October for Oktoberfest.
December for the Christmas markets. Running for three weeks
3-4 days would be optimal for an adventurous getaway in Munich.
Look out for Haxen (pork knuckle), Leberkäse (loft sausage), Weißwürste (white veal sausage) and Obazda, a cheese-mix-spread.
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